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This 20-year-old ate at In-N-Out for 30 days straight — and the hardest part wasn’t all the burgers

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Dustin Wang ate In-N-Out for 30 days straight, and he has the Vines to prove it.

The 20-year-old University of California, Irvine student was a huge fan of the famous West Coast burger chain, reports local website OC Native. So, he decided to eat a burger and fries at the chain every day for a month, thinking it wouldn’t be much of a challenge.

"I decided to come out to California for college and the first thing I did when I landed was drive from the airport to the nearest In-N-Out," Wang told OC Native on the first day of his challenge. "I ordered a Double Double and Animal Style Fries and it was the most delicious thing I had ever eaten."

The 30 days started out easily enough. Wang committed to ordering at least a two-patty burger (Double Double or greater), with an order of french fries for at least one meal a day. At first, he enjoyed devouring burgers like th “4x4,” the “3x3,” and the Double Double.

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However, less than a week in, things started to get tricky.

"I think I hit the point where In-N-Out stopped being something I look forward to," Want told OC Native on day five. "Feeling a little sluggish today."

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By the end of the first week, it’s clear Wang’s enthusiasm is waning.

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"You know how you get that satisfaction after eating something delicious?" he told OC Native on day 11. "Yeah that’s gone."

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Two weeks in, Wang reports feeling nauseous after eating his 3x3 and fries. But still, he soldiered on.

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Watching the Vines, one can see a young man slowly losing his love for a fast-food icon.

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"More excited than anything to immediately start a juice cleanse," Wang told OC Native on day 29. "As a survivor, I can tell you that fries are the hardest part of this challenge."

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Shockingly, Wang only gained two pounds over the course of the month.

"I will say, although In-N-Out is delicious every once in a while and it’s a high quality product, I would not eat it for a month straight again," Wang told OC Native. "Please don’t try this at home, kids."

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